Season two of Anthony Bourdain‘s CNN show comes to a close next Sunday at 9pmET with a visit to Detroit. Following the final episode, Bourdain will host a live special from Atomic Liquors, a former package store and café in Las Vegas where patrons would watch nuclear test blasts from the roof.
“We’re incredibly proud of this Emmy winning series and wanted to end season two – and launch the shoot for season three – with a celebration,” said Amy Entelis, senior vice president, talent and content development.
Season three of “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown” begins shooting later this month. Brazil and Africa are on the list.
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